Following are conversations with my fellow Americans. If we're to have a country that works as intended, we'd better get back to talking like adults. I'm happy to spend my time here with anyone who is open to a conversation, the further you are from how I think and my experiences, the better.
You can find Mr. Duncan online at Vince for Us and on Facebook. You can read more at his blog for his 2014 run.
On line, and on Facebook,
You can find Mr. McCormick online at his website and on Facebook.
One of my favorites so far, Mr. Barris is a Libertarian running for Colorado's Second Congressional District. You can find him online at Barris4congress, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
Book recommendation: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement, by Milton Friedman.
On line, on Facebook,
Mr. Doane's page. Facebook,
I have a conversation with Mr. Peter Churchman, Libertarian candidate in Texas's Seventeenth Congressional District. He can be found on-line at Peter Churchman, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
I have a conversation with Mr. Condit, third party candidate in Ohio's second Congressional District. He can be found on-line at Jim Condit Jr.™ for Congress.
Jim tells us a bit about how he got where he is, gives us a view into the “shadow government,” and explains some of his concerns with the integrity of our voting system.
I have a conversation with Izzy Kalman, the Director and driving force behind Bullies2Buddies.com. Izzy explains the danger in taking on a victim mentality, and how to take the wind out of a “bully's” sails.
I learned something. I hope you will too.
Roger Madon is an old friend, mentor, and advisor. In this podcast he shares his thoughts on Charlottesville, Trump, and some of his history and insight on what lead us to where we are now. I very much enjoyed our conversation and hope you get something out of it as well.
Sharleen is one of my favorite people in the whole world. I couldn't think of a more fitting person to kick-off my podcast.
After thirty years as a (most beloved) dentist, she's leaving the profession. Her new direction is to help people put their best selves forward.